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Unformatted text preview: “No court has ever ruled that the Fourth Amendment does not apply to the military, said Jameel Jaffer, national security director at the American Civil Liberties Union. "In general, the government can't send an FBI agent to search your home or listen to your phone calls without a warrant, and it can't send a soldier to do it, either," Jaffer said. "The applicability of the Fourth Amendment doesn't turn on what kind of uniform the government agent is wearing."” (Eggan, D. White, J, 2008) While the government in its attempts to protect the people, have gone to the extreme and are now trying to control them, have them fighting back at the intrusion of their private lives. Reference Eggan, D. White, J, (2008) Administration Asserted a terror exception on search and seizure. Washingtonpost.com Retrieved October 23, 2008 from http://www.washingtonpost.com/wpdyn/content/article/2008/04/03/AR20080403 04136.html...
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- Spring '09
- american government, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, d. White